The Fair Trading Commission (FTC) is the administrative body responsible for implementing the Fair Competition Act (FCA). The functions of the FTC include the following:
To carry out, on its own initiative or at the request of the Minister or any other person, investigations in relation to the conduct of business in Jamaica in connection with matters falling within the provisions of the FCA;
To advise the Minister on matters relating to the operation of the FCA;
To make available to businesses and consumers, general information with respect to their rights and obligations under the FCA;
To undertake studies and publicize reports and information regarding matters affecting the interests of consumers; and
To co-operate with and assist any association in developing and promoting the observance of standards of conduct for the purpose of ensuring compliance with the FCA.